<b> Thursday</b><br /> Victoria County United Way Campaign Kickoff And Day Of Car

Aug. 12, 2015 at 10:30 p.m.

Thursday

Victoria County United Way Campaign Kickoff And Day Of Caring

Victoria Public Library• 302 N. Main St.

• 8 a.m.-noon

• Free

• The day begins with a light breakfast and pep. Then volunteers breakout into work teams to complete the tasks at hand. At noon, volunteers will enjoy a community lunch to celebrate our work. Volunteers will receive a 'Day of Caring' T-shirt that includes sponsor logos.

BACK TO SCHOOL BONANZA• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 1-4 p.m.

• Free and open to families in the Crossroads area.

• Victoria Public Library in collaboration with Victoria County United Way, Victoria Independent School District, Communities In Schools of the Golden Crescent and the Victoria Adult Literacy Council will kick-off the new school year with a bonanza on the grounds and inside Victoria Public Library. Families will be able to obtain information and resources from school, community, and government representatives. The Hey Lolly Band, a children's musical group out of Austin will perform. Attendees can look forward to: musical entertainment that will appeal to kids and adults, story time presentations, craft time, poetry readings, reader's theater, read aloud to the dogs from the Dorothy O'Connor Pet Adoption center, robotics demonstrations, food, fun and more. Visit our "Tent City" were a variety of social service organizations and businesses will host booths filled with community resources that can make your family's school year a success.

Hallettsville Art League demonstration• Lavaca Historical Museum

• 1205 N. Texana St.,Hallettsville

• 6 p.m.

• Free

• The Hallettsville Art League invites everyone interested in art, whether they dabble in art or simply enjoy art, to its next meeting. After a business meeting, Gene Grant will demonstrate his techniques for blending pencil lines for shading and contrast. A self-taught artist, Gene does beautiful portraits as well as detailed illustrations worthy of publication. There will be refreshments and a social period after the presentation.

Scott Taylor Band• DeLeon Plaza

• 101 N. Main St.

• 7:30 p.m.

• Free

• Bring your lawn chair or blanket and dance the night away to live music.

Gary P. Nunn• Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts

• 214 N. Main St.

• 7:30 p.m.

• $30

• Gary P. Nunn, an icon of Lone Star music will perform. Proceeds benefit Bluebonnet Youth Ranch, the Victoria Lions Club and the Welder Center.

Want to Become aTeacher's Aide?• Region III Education Service Center

• 1905 Leary Lane

• 9 a.m.

• $200

• Paraprofessional (teacher's aide) training academy.

• For more information, contact the Region Center 361-573-0731.

Friday

Back-to-School Fashion Show• Mia's Mirror, inside H-E-B Plus!

• 2 p.m.

• Free

• Refreshments will be provided. There will also be a raffle drawing.

• Call 361-578-9891.

Back to School Celebration• Foster Parents of Victoria, Inc.

• 16211 NW. Zac Lentz Parkway

• 6-10 p.m.

• Event also includes food, fun and fellowship.

Friday-Sunday

Saddle Up for Alzheimer's• Brackenridge Main Event Center

• 284 Brackenridge Parkway, Edna

• 7:30 p.m., Friday; 9 a.m., Saturday; 11 a.m., Sunday

• Riding for a Cure and Barbecue cook-off

Saturday

Native American Cultural Event• Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

• $10 general admission, pass holders, free

• A Native American Cultural Event that includes Native American musicians, dancers, vendors, artisans as well as crafts, and storytellers. The event will also include Boy Scout badge opportunities.

National Model Aviation Day• From U.S. 59 north, take Farm-to-Market Road 1686 at Telferner. Turn left onto Gin Road and then left onto Hiller Road. The RC Flyers field will be on your left.

• 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

• Free for spectators; pilot landing fee, $15; buddy cord fee, $5

• Picnic facilities available. Event includes aerobatics and intro flights. Proceeds to to the Wounded Warrior Project.

• Call 361-676-6118.

Jigsaw Puzzle Exchange• Victoria Mall food court

• 7802 N. Navarro St.

• 9:30 a.m.

• Free

• Call Gary Moses, 361-550-5466.

Victoria County Farmers Market• 2805 N. Navarro St.

• 9 a.m.

• Free

• Seasonal fruits and vegetables, fresh baked goods, jams, jellies, farm eggs, local honey, dried herbs, herb plants, potted and garden plants and more.

• For more information call 361-550-8377 or find us on Facebook. Market may be closed in bad weather.

It's About Time

Museum of the Coastal Bend• 2200 E. Red River St.

• 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• pay-what-you-want

• How do we measure time, or know how old things are? Figure it out with hands-on activities. Visit museumofthecoastalbend.org.

Strange Magic• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 10 a.m.

• Free

• A mysterious potion prompts a group of elves, goblins, imps, and fairies on an incredible adventure in this fantastical fantasy inspired by William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Popcorn will be served.

• Call 361-485-3302 or visit victoriapubliclibrary.org.

Fried Fish Dinner Sale• Palestine Missionary Baptist Church

• 608 E. Convent St.

• 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

• $8

• Palestine Missionary Baptist Church Men and Women Day Committee is selling dinners. Plates consist of fried fish, seasoned potatoes, tossed hush puppies and dessert. Delivery available with purchase of six or more plates in town.

• For more information, call the church at 361-573-6173.

CHEC Activity Fair & Expo• Our Saviour's Lutheran Church

• 4102 N. Ben Jordan St.

• 2 p.m.

• Free

• Crossroads Home Educated Children (CHEC, Inc.) will host its annual Activity Fair & Expo. Come learn about home education and opportunities for the 2015-16 school year. See checin.org for membership details, and more information. Event is free, but CHEC is collecting new socks for the Victoria Homeless Coalition.

Habitat for Humanity Cornhole Tournament• Moonshine Drinkery

• 103 W. Santa Rosa St.

• 3 p.m.

• $20 entry fee per team

• Golden Crescent Habitat Young Professionals is hosting its inaugural cornhole tournament to raise funds to support the local Habitat for Humanity. The tournament is free to watch.

• Call Rebekah Logan at 361-573-2511.

Shriners Hospitals Tip Bucket Fundraiser• Ramsey's Restaurant

• 1403 N. Navarro St.

• 6:30 p.m.

• Free

• Vickie Cross, radio recording artist, will be singing the 'oldies' to raise funds for Shriner's Children's Hospitals where no child is ever turned away because of a parent or caregivers inability to pay. Prizes can be won by playing free music bingo.

DaCosta Western Dance• DaCosta Sons of Hermann Hall

• Farm-to-Market Road 1686, DaCosta

• 8:30 p.m.

• $10

• Live Music by Red Ravens

Custom Car & Truck Show and School Supply Drive• Wal-Mart parking lot

• 9002 N. Navarro St.

• Entry fee is a school supply bundle

• Set-up, 4-5 p.m.; show, 5-8 p.m. Call Eugene Hernandez at 361-433-7439 or Pat Brown at 361-652-0222.

David Rodriguez Benefit• Bottoms Up

• 1901 Kern Drive

• 11 a.m.

• $8 per plate

• Serving brisket. Free delivery available with purchase of 10 or more plates. The event also includes a cake walk and bake sale and a bike run. Entry free for the bike run is $20. Registration is at 9 a.m., first bike out at 10 a.m., last bike in at 3 p.m.

• Contact Larry Magana at 210-551-7967 or Marie Rosales at 361-676-1984.

Downtown Kids Movie• Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts

• 214 N. Main St.

• 6 p.m.

• Free

'Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?' is the clue to the title of Victoria Downtown Summer Kids Movie No. 4. The movie is open to the public; first-come, first-served admission. Visit crossroadstoday.com for contest rules and prize information. The snack bar will be open, selling popcorn, drinks and snack packs.

Sunday

Knights of Columbus Chicken BBQ• Knights of Columbus Hall

• Corner of Airline and Ben Wilson Street

• 8 a.m.-sold out

• $8 per chicken or three for $22. Spanish rice and beans available for $1.50 per pint. Call the hall Sunday morning at 361-575-9214.

Benefit BBQ and Auction• Catholic War Veterans Hall

• 1007 S. Main St.

• 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

• $8 per plate

• Serving barbecue chicken and sausage with all the trimmings. Auction and DJ music begins at 12 p.m. Advance meal tickets are available from Mary Jane Salazar at 361-655-2011 Terry Hernandez at 361-571-2999. Anyone wanting to make donations for auction can contact Martha Saldana at 361-571-6916 or Adrian Salazar at 361-935-9632.

Monday

Night of Hope Back to School Celebration• Fox Run Apartments

• 2008 Sam Houston Drive

• 6-10 p.m.

• Free

• Featuring Hip Hop Recording Artists A-Ron and 5IVE with DJ Teddy. For more information, call Steve Dworaczyk at 361-935-2317.

Tuesday

Flag City Opry• Jackson County Services Building Auditorium

• 411 N. Wells S., Edna

• Meal, 5:45 p.m.; Show, 7 p.m.

• Meal, $8 per plate; show, $5 per person

• This is the annual Polka Show.

• featuring many of our favorite Polka. Werner's Restaurant of Shiner will be serving a catered meal of grilled chicken breast, rice pilaf, green beans, salad, rolls, iced tea. Homemade desserts, sodas and bottles of water are also available to purchase. Door prizes will be awarded at during intermission. Performers for the show include the Opry Band; headliner, Alfred Vrazel, of Buckholts; John Dujka, of Brenham; Mark Dujka, of East Bernard; Shane Lala, of DaCosta and Kenneth Kristynik, Moulton. Call Charlie Korll at 361-782-9211 or visit flagcityopry.com

Wednesday

Downtown Kids Movie #5• Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts

• 214 N Main St.

• 3:30 p.m.

• Free

• Movie No. 5. Free and open to the public; first-come, first-served admission. Visit crossroadstoday.com for 'Guess the title' contest rules and prize information. The snack bar will be open, selling popcorn, drinks and snack packs.

VFW Hamburger Night• VFW Hall

• 2001 Lova Drive

• 5 p.m.

• $4 per plate

• Serving grilled hamburgers and chips. Drinks are extra. For more information, contact Frank Garcia at 212-1242.

Aug. 20

Stella & Dot Trunk Show• Brightwater Assisted Living

• 1303 N. John Stockbauer

• 9 a.m.

• Free

• Come join us for a trunk show with jewelry, accessories, and clothes

Aug. 21

Back to School Late Skate• Skateworld

• 7 p.m.-1 a.m.

• Admission price to be announced.

• Call 361-676-9725.

Monsters, Inc.• Riverside Stadium

• 406 Memorial Drive

• 8:30 p.m.

• Free

• Food vendors and free popcorn at all showings. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs.

Katie Sciba Book Signing• Liberty Coffee Haus

• 206 N Liberty St.

• 7:30-9 p.m.

• Katie Sciba will be signing her book, "Place Value: The Journey to Where You Are," from 7:30-9 p.m. There will be live music from 9-11 p.m.

Aug. 22

Free Haircuts for students• Roses Cobra Cuts

• 5946 Farm-to-Market Road 616 in Vanderbilt.

• 8 a.m. until 5 or 6 p.m.

• Offering free haircuts for all students. Refreshments and snacks will be served. Service is on a walk in basis only. Two stylists, Bermea and Jessica Lozaon, will be cutting hair. For more information, call 361-571-7922.

Ninja Turtles Live• Fine Arts Center

• 1002 Sam Houston Drive

• 7-8:20 p.m.

• $50, VIP; $15, general admission

• The show is full of martial arts action and has a anti-bullying message. The performers are some of the top martial artists in the country and bring talent, comedy, and a positive message to the stage. The VIP ticket package gets you up close and personal with The Turtles. Eat pizza, get autographs, and take pictures with your favorite Turtle. Your ticket purchase will also help the Guardian Anti-Bullying Campaign travel to hospitals and schools to share support and the Anti-Bully message. Doors open for VIP 5-6 p.m.; general admission at 6 p.m.

Back to School Community Outreach Bash• Ethel Lee Tracy Park

• 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

• Free

• Live music and entertainment, local Christian artists and inspirational speakers. Free school supplies and clothes will be available for kids and parents. Bring you own lawn chair. Snacks and foods will be sold. Free hotdogs and drinks while supplies last. This is an alcohol free event. Presented by MAJIC 95.9. Call Roderric Lott at 361-571-4259.

Back-to-School Car Show• O'Reilly Auto Parts

• 3402 N. Navarro St.

• 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• Free car show also accepting school supplies to help students in need. This event is co-sponsored by Firehouse Subs.

Victoria County Farmers Market• 2805 N. Navarro St.

• 9 a.m.

• Free

• Seasonal fruits and vegetables, fresh baked goods, jams, jellies, farm eggs, local honey, dried herbs, herb plants, potted and garden plants and more. For more information call 361-550-8377 or find us on Facebook. Market may be closed in bad weather.

Style Show and Salad Tea• Palestine Missionary Baptist Church

• 608 East Convent St.

• 10 a.m.- 12 p.m.

• $10

• Sponsored by the Palestine Missionary Baptist Church Men and Women Day Committee. The theme is "Women Seeking to Please God - 1 Samuel 2: 1-2". For more information call: Brenda Williams @ 361-573-6120 or 361-649-8443 Rev. Gregory O. Wyatt, pastor.

Disney Movie Sing-a-Long• Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts

• 214 N Main St.

• 3:30 p.m.

• $5

• You're invited to 'let it go' and sing-a-long at Victoria Downtown Summer Kids Movie No. 6. Open to the public; limited seating so get your ticket in advance. Visit crossroadstoday.com for 'Guess the Movie Title' contest rules and prize info. The snack bar will be open, selling popcorn, drinks and snack packs.

DaCosta Western Dance• Dacosta Sons of Herman Hall

• 15736 Farm-to-Market Road 1686

• 8 p.m.

• $10

• Live music by The Bobby Lee Nightriders.

Beer Garden• The Goliad Brewing Company

• 252 Metting Road, Goliad

• Noon-7 p.m.

• Brewery tours, barbecue truck, music, and games are available. This is a family and pet friendly place.

Ruby Selection Day• Cuero City Park F.C.S. Softball Field Pavilion near soccer fields.

• 7 p.m.

• Free

Aug. 23

Glow in the Dark Pound Masterclass• The Club Westerner

• 1005 W. Constitution St.

• 1:30 p.m.

• $20

• Rockout a workout at a Glow Party with a one hour Pound Masterclass - with Pound Pros - Amy, Stephanie, Maria and Debbie.

Aug. 29

Toni Shafer New Lungs, New Life Benefit• Club Westerner

• 1005 W. Constitution St.

• $25

• Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m.; live auction at 6;30 p.m. Live music and dancing with the Scott Taylor Band from 7-10:30 p.m. Proceeds to help defray medical expenses. Donations may also be made to the New Lungs New Life Benefit Account at Wells Fargo Bank.

All Texas Multi-Sport Custom Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show• DeLeon Plaza

• 101 N Main St.

• 11 am.-11 p.m.

• $25 Entry free

• Set up time 7-11 a.m. Awards given. All proceeds go to Daddy's Prayer Foundation. To pre-register, visit daddysprayer.org of come by LaCamara's, 2001 Sabine St., suite 103. Mail checks for registration to 206 S.W. Ben Jordan St., Victoria, TX 77901.

Dance for Habitat• Victoria College Gym

• 10 a.m.-noon

• $20 per person

• Proceeds benefit habitat for Humanity. Door prizes will be awarded.

Sept. 1

• Aim at Melanoma Benefit

• Texas Roadhouse

• Part of the proceeds will benefit Aim at Melanoma. Let the waiter know that you are there to benefit the cause. Call 361-570-7427.

Sept. 4

American Legion Steak Night• American Legion Hall

• 1402 E. Santa Rosa St.

• 5:30 p.m.

• Prices vary depending on steak ordered. Serving steak, salad and baked potato. Desserts available to purchase separately.

Sept. 5

Pickers Patch Market Days• 9553 Salem Road

• 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

• Free

• Come out and do some shopping. Everything from handmade crafts to junk to make our own creations.

• Call 361-676-5291.

Sept. 6

St. John Bosco's Festival• Trinity Family Center

• 5508 Farm-to-Market Road 616, Vanderbilt.

• Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Barbecue pork steak and sausage plates will be served from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Plates are $9 each. Other activities include a silent auction, cake walk, country store, beer garden, drink concession, door prizes and games for kids. A live auction begins at 1 p.m. Raffle tickets are on sale now. Raffle winners will be announced throughout the afternoon. Call Judy DeBord at 361-284-3361.

Sept. 16

Victoria Symphony League Fall Luncheon and Fashion Show• Spring Creek Event Center

• 12116 Nursery Drive

• Doors open, 10:30 a.m.; luncheon begins, 11:30 a.m.

• Featuring Suzie Humphreys, a humorous, award winning motivational speaker. Event includes a silent auction, bake sale and creative tablescapes.

Sept. 17

Power of the Purse Live and Silent Auction Event• Hilton Garden Inn

• 123 Huvar St.

• 6:30-8:30 p.m.

• $40 each or $75 for two.

• Event includes heavy hors d'oeuvres and one drink ticket. Benefiting Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas Outreach Program and honoring Gary Moses. Call Michelle Martinez at 361-883-3611.

Sept. 19

Yorktown Royalty Pageant• Yorktown High School Auditorium

• 6 p.m.

• For ages 5-8 years old. Call 361-564-2661.

Sept. 26

Career and Money Simulation Event for High School Students• Emerging Technology Center

• 7403 Lone Tree Road

• 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

• Alliance Financials MoneyLIVE event. Life happens, get a taste of the real world before you get a salary, spouse, kids and credit card debt. Practice managing money. You must register to attend at moneylive.org. Call Lonnie mathews at 381-845-3642.

Adopt-A-Beach Fall Cleanup• Volunteers can sign up online at texasadoptabeach.org to take part in a fun-filled day at the beach that makes a difference. Each volunteer will be given data cards, gloves, pencils and trash bags. All volunteers are advised to wear closed-toe shoes, bring sunscreen and plenty of drinking water. The Texas General Land Office Adopt-A-Beach Cleanups are held rain or shine. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Clean up will be from 9 a.m. to noon. The cleanup takes place at four sites in the Victoria area.

• Magnolia Beach/Indianola Calhoun County Check-in: Crabbin' Bridge Contact: Rhonda Cummins, 361-552-9747, rhonda.cummins@texasadoptabeach.org

• Boggy Nature Park, Port O'Connor Calhoun County Check-in: At the birding observation deck Contact: Alexa Cordova, 361-573-2428, alexa.cordova@texasadoptabeach.org

• King Fisher Beach, Port O'Connor Calhoun County Check-in: Pavilion at King Fisher Beach Contact: Debbie Gayle, 361-649-3261, debbie.gayle@texasadoptabeach.org

• Austwell Pier Refugio County Check-in: Austwell Pier Contact: Dwight Mutschler, 361-286-3762, 361-250-5484 (cell), austwellredfish@texasadoptabeach.org

Inez Fire Company Fundraiser• Inez Community Center

• 2511 Garcitas Creek Road

• 4 p.m.-midnight

• Chicken fried steak plates sold from 4-6 p.m. Cake Walk starts at 4 p.m. Other activities include a silent auction from 4-7 p.m.; live auction and raffle at 6:30 p.m and a free dance from 9 p.m.-midnight Music will be provided by Legal Limits Band. Auction item donation are greatly appreciated. Bring items to the Inez Community Center anytime Sept. 25 or by noon on Sept. 26. You may also call Rusty Knezek at 935-0142 in advance to arrange item pick-up.

Church Bazaar and Barbecue• Martin Luther Lutheran Church

• 2535 Coletoville Road

• 10 a.m.

• Free

• Meal service is from 11 a.m.2 p.m. Plates are $10 each. Other activities include an arts and crafts sale, silent auction, live auction at 12:30 p.m. and baked goods and other goodies. For more information, call 361-575-0860 or email mllc@ccwip.com

Sept. 27

Fall Festival Dinner• St. Patrick's Catholic Church

• Plates to-go begin at 9 a.m., dine-in service begins at 11 a.m.

• $9 per plate

• Serving turkey, gravy, dressing, corn, yams, cranberries and cake. Other activities include a country/religious store, cake walk, kids games, face painting, toy walk and fish pond. Raffle tickets are available for any parishioner and on festival day. For orders on festival day, call 361-897-1398.

Oct. 24

Texas Four Seasons Karate Championships• Knights of Columbus Hall

• Corner of Airline and Ben Wilson Street

• 11 a.m. (registration 8-11 a.m.)

• $35 per event, $5 admission

• Call Ralph Jaschke at 361-575-2467.

Daily

Keeper Chats• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

• Zookeepers will be available at different exhibits to speak with the public.

• For more information, call the Texas Zoo at 361-573-7681.

Mondays/Tuesdays

Baby Time• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 2-2:30 p.m. Monday, 10-10:30 a.m. Tuesday

• For babies up to the age of 2. Lots of lap play, songs, flannel boards and interactive readings used to engage babies and guardians and aid in development.

• Visit victoriapubliclibrary.org or call the library at 361-485-3302.

Mondays & Thursdays

Free Exercises Classes• St. Mary's Catholic Church Annex

• Pound Fit

• 5:30-6:15 p.m.

• Zumba

• 5:30-6:30 p.m.

• Spaces are limited, first come first serve. Sponsored by: Victoria County, Texas Area Health Education Center East and Las Chicas. Call 361-485-6814.

Tuesdays

Zoosdays• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 10-10:30 a.m.

• For preschoolers and is included with admission.

• Visit texaszoo.org or call 361-573-7681.

Zoo Squad• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 3:30 p.m.

• This educational activity is perfect for elementary-aged children and is included with admission.

Zumba• St. Mary's Catholic Church Annex

• 5:30-6:30

• Free

• Spaces are limited, first come first serve. Sponsored by: Victoria County, Texas AHEC East and Las Chicas. For more information, call 361-485-6814.

Tuesdays/Thursdays

Zumba In The park• Riverside Park Special Events Area

• 405 Memorial Drive

• 7 p.m.

• Free

• Everyone is welcome to participate. Have fun and get healthy at the same time.

Wednesdays

Knights of Columbus Bingo Fundraiser• 3610 N. Ben Wilson St.

• Hall opens at 6 p.m.; bingo starts at 7:30 p.m.

• $10 for 10 games.

• Food and drink available. Proceeds donated to charities.

Wednesdays/Thursdays

Toddler Time• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 9:30-10 a.m., 10:30-11 a.m. Wednesdays; 9:30-10 a.m. Thursdays

• For walkers to age 3 with a parent/caregiver. Stories, repetitive songs, finger plays and activities to encourage early-language development and social skills.

• Visit victoriapubliclibrary.org or call the library at 361-485-3302.

Story Time• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 2-2:30 p.m. Wednesday; 10:30-11 a.m. Thursday

• For 4- to 5-year-olds. Children participate in stories, music and games that encourage language and social development.

• Visit victoriapubliclibrary.org or call the library at 361-485-3302.

Wednesdays/ Saturdays

Gator Feeding• Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• Find out what they eat, and see some alligator training in action. This is included with admission.

• Visit texaszoo.org or call 361-573-7681.

Thursdays

VFW Bingo Fundraiser• VFW Hall

• 2001 Lova Drive

• 7 p.m.

• Concessions available, including homemade desserts. Monetary prizes will be awarded for the winners in bingo. Proceeds benefit youth organizations.

• Contact Fred Garcia at 361-212-1242 or the VFW Hall at 361-573-2261.

Mommy and Me Music Classes• Pitter Patter

• 1305B E. Airline Road

• Baby Class: Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.

• Toddler/Preschool Class: Thursdays at 4 p.m.

• $50 per month

• Participate with your child each week in singing, chanting, moving, dancing, listening, and playing simple instruments

Thursdays/Sundays

Lion Training• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• Noon

• Watch a lion training and feeding session and learn about this process and how it is used for the overall benefit of our animals.

• Visit texaszoo.org or call 361-573-7681.

Saturday/Sunday

Animal Show • The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 1 p.m.

• Come down to The Texas Zoo for the animal show featuring some of the zoo's snakes, tortoises, lizards, birds and fuzzy friends.


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